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he following presentation is a distillation of a project that has been in the making for over 17 years.  Our premise (then and now) is that the real decision makers in the world's economic, educational and political systems, do NOT get the information that they must have to bring about the changes that they know are needed.  

They also lack the foresight to be sufficiently respectful of the liability that lies latent in the thought process they are limited to using in their attempt to try and resolve critical issues.

This all pervasive condition exists because the questions being used to generate relevant information (on multilateral issues) are themselves a victim of the segmented world view from which they originate.  Hence, the answers provoked by them can only be marginally applicable to the problems to which they are intended to bring resolution.  To put it bluntly, the global community has been asking itself culturally biased questions and therefore getting culturally biased answers.

This statement is not intended to be a reflection upon the decision makers and their frequently brilliant staffs; but rather on the basic methodology currently being applied to information gathering, its correlation, and the eventual use of this data in the decision making process.  Is there a more comprehensive alternative?  Most definitely!  And, this new innovative approach has now garnered significant support within the international community.

Questions are a bridge between that which is known and that which has yet to become known.  As such, they naturally provide insight into problem resolution.  However, they must be properly phrased to do this effectively.  When it comes to issues of domestic concern, each nation has a historical understanding of precedence and generally acts accordingly.  However, when it comes to questions of global import, no such guideline exists.  To offset this lack of understanding, we need to identify legitimate areas of internationally shared concern and then assemble an integrated database of questions, and associated response, that truly reflects global thinking on these problem areas.

By doing that, we achieve two very important benefits that are not currently being exploited.  First, we gain immeasurable insight into the current thinking of other cultures on potentially problematic issues.  Second, we obtain a series of potential solutions -- since solutions are naturally contained within all relative undeveloped questions.

Once this database is functional, it will provide the world with culturally specific information relative to critical issue resolution.  This in turn will allow world leaders to determine the actual viability of any particular alternative to solution in a meaningful time frame -- as opposed to any hypothetical imagining that linearity might otherwise suggest is a possibility. 

This capability (to function in real time with calculated accuracy) is crucial to maintaining international equilibrium in a world that is being technologically driven toward immediacy.  A place in which the human person is functionally obsolete.

I am prepared to present a more in depth explanation of this project to anyone willing to legitimize their request. See Contact information for details!

Donald F. Sagar - President


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